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Quesnel Council approves balanced capital budget for 2023

Quesnel City Council has approved an 8.1 million dollar Capital Budget for 2023. Director of Finance Kari Bolton says it includes a new 1.2 million dollar fire truck for the following year. "The budget includes the use of long term debt for a Fire Engine needed in 2024. Due to how...

Prince George RCMP investigating drive-by shooting

(With files by Darin Bain-MyPGNow) The Prince George RCMP is looking for witnesses to a shooting that happened last night. (Wednesday) Police say the victim reported he was walking in the area of 20th Avenue and Queensway in the evening, when a brown Dodge 1500 pickup truck with an Alberta license...

Colder Than Seasonal Temperatures On The Way For The Cariboo

A major shift in temperatures from what we've had this month in the Cariboo will begin to take hold late tomorrow. Alyssa Charboneau, Meteorologist for Environment Canada said a ridge of high pressure will be driving Arctic air into our region. “For the Cariboo, we are expecting that air will arrive Friday...

100 Mile House man an inspiration for cross country journey

Matthew Webb is currently doing a cross country trek as a memorial run, and for the Biker Down Society. Webb began his trek in 100 Mile House, where his friend Anthony Morgan, passed away in a motorcycle accident. "The starting point was chosen there, just because I have some of his...

South Cariboo Health Foundation Doubles Its Fundraising Goal

Once again the generosity of residents in 100 Mile House and the surrounding area came shining through. This year's Starry Nights fundraising campaign for the 100 Mile District Hospital was a lofty one-hundred thousand dollars to mark their 20th anniversary. When the campaign ended on Monday ( January 23) and the counting...

City of Williams Lake looks to have larger voice against prolific offenders

The City of Williams Lake is looking to have a bigger voice for more help from the province. The City is looking to have a meeting with the RCMP, First Nations leaders, the school board, CRD, MLA Lorne Doerkson and MP Todd Doherty on how they can bring in more...
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